The NWOBHM triggered a renaissance in a stagnant rock genre, but took on heavy criticism for the excessive local media hype surrounding a legion of typically mediocre musicians.
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Saxon — "Denim and Leather" Main article: Heavy metal fashion. It was a cunning ruse to boost circulation. Having said that, it did represent a lot of bands that were utterly LP) by the mainstream media. Because of that it became real and people got behind it. Metallica — "Am I Evil?
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A multipart suite by Dream Theater that combines elements of progressive rock and heavy metal. Not to be confused with Neo-progressive rock. Main article: List of progressive rock artists. Eclecticism, like formalism, connotates a White Lightning - Various - New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 79 Revisited (Vinyl towards style synthesis, or integration.
However, contrary to formalist tendencies, eclecticism foregrounds discontinuities between historical and contemporary styles and electronic media, sometimes referring simultaneously to vastly different musical genres, idioms and cultural codes.
Sometimes it appears that there are only peripheries. Sometimes, audiences gravitate towards a centre. The most prominent period when this happened was in the early to mid s when it seems that almost everyone, irrespective of age, class or cultural background, listened to the Beatles. But by this monolothic position had again broken down.
Their album The Dark Side of the Moonwhich united their extended compositions with the more structured kind of composing employed when Syd Barrett was their songwriter,  : 34—35 spent more than two years at the top of the charts  : 4, 38 and remained on the Billboard album chart for fifteen years.
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